Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 21: The Hurrian

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 21: The Hurrian
Published June 23, 2011

Teshub, king of gods and god of the storm …


Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 21: The Hurrian

The Hurrian

The Atlanteans, arrived from space, comprised of many ethnic groups, including Aryan or Indo-European The Hurrian are an ethnic group Aryan They settled in the valley of Thar and they created counters in the middle east After the wars of Yi, the countertops have become important and independent city states Some were able to consolidate into kingdoms, but it was ephemeral … Urartians are Hurrian If we gave them a special chapter is they were able at times to be a true independent kingdom … The main feature of Hurrian, is their feudalism pushed to the extreme that has always prevented from building real important kingdoms Their way of thinking can be summarized as follows: My brother is my enemy, but if my cousin’s attack, we unite against him
My cousin is my enemy, but if the attack a neighbor, we unite against him My neighbor is my enemy, but if an alien attack, we unite against him Etc … And their descendants, from that time until today , Have not changed …

The Kingdom of Hurri

The Hurrian, attested as early as 3000 BC, occupy the south-east Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and the north-eastern Iran These are numerous independent city-state, sometimes grouped and allied and enemy and too often at war with each other Their favorite pastime: enslave small neighboring for the payment of tribute If the forces are equal too, then it better ally … The princesses are there to make marriages of alliance …

History of Hurrian

The IV during the second millennium BC, the Hurrian will be endless feudal wars between them, but also against Amorite, Egyptians, Akkadians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Hittite, etc. … In short, against everyone … They will in turn dominate much of the region and be vassalized at other times In the thirteenth century BC, the Assyrians destroyed definitely the last Hurrian kingdom, the kingdom of Mitanni

Technology of Hurrian

It is well recognized, in Hurrian, all elements that characterize societies Aryan or Indo-European The architecture, urban planning, administration, international trade, metallurgy, jewelry, ceramics, agriculture intensive, wine and beer, etc. … They were also known for raising horses and conduct of war chariots They also mastered the writing Among the Hurrian texts discovered at Ugarit, dating from 1800 before. J.C. It was discovered the oldest musical score We learn the names of four composers Hurrian: Tapšihuni, Puhiya (na), and Urhiya Ammiya An almost complete reconstruction of a hymn could be made by Marcelle Duchesne-Guillemin And all that happened there 5000 years …

Religion of Hurrian

Kura is the chief god of Ebla It is also unknown, which is normal for a god tutelary founder of the city Zababa was the tutelary god of the city of Kish Etc … The other gods are the classical pantheon Aryan god and goddess couple, storm gods, fertility, the sun and other celestial bodies, the underworld, etc. … Teshub is the chief god, and his consort Hebat with their son Sharruma He is the god of storms, war and climate Wind, lightning and thunder are his weapons It is often represented by a bull, symbol of fertility, or on a chariot drawn by bulls Hebat is called the queen of heaven … Kumarbi, god of nature is the son of Anu and the father of gods, so father Teshub Kushukh, the moon god, Shimegi, the sun god, Shaushka, the goddess of love, Hepit, the sky god, god of Astabis war Hesui, god of hunting, Rashap, god of underworld and Ishara goddess of writing and vows, complete the pantheon Hurrian Note that the names may be significantly different depending on the “patois” spoken in the city state, but still recognizes the same pantheon of gods by the functions Some important places of worship have been identified: Kummanni, the sanctuary Yazilikaya, with a representation of the Hittite pantheon that gives the gods their names written in Hittite Hurrian Harran, sanctuary of the god of the moon, Kushukh Shaushka the goddess had her temple in Nineveh Nergal’s temple was built at the end of Urkesh Third Millennium Found there a statuette of a lion Urkesh, placed on a tablet that has a curse against those who destroy the temple

Cycle of Kumarbi

Hurrian mythology, also called the Theogony Hurrian, that is to say the history of the gods, is described in the cycle Kumarbi This is a story in Hittite language, made from Hurrian myths of tradition, found in fragments Hattusha Kumarbi cycle consists of five songs: Song of the kingship of heaven or song Kumarbi, which recounts the struggle between the gods to take power in heaven The song Lamma, which recounts the struggle between Teshub and Lamma god, who wants to rob him of divine kingship The song of money personified, is too fragmented, which does not allow us to understand The song Hedammu, same observation as for the singing of money personified The Ullikumi song, which recounts a last attempt Kumarbi to overthrow Teshub

Song of the kingship or heaven song

Kumarbi At first Alalu was chief of the gods, before which prostrated Anu, god of the sky After nine years, Anu overthrew Alalu, who went in the dark earth while Anu was sitting on the throne of the gods at Nippur Kumarbi, son of Alalu, then his second After nine years, Anu overthrew Kumarbi He bit his testicles and penis and swallowed He found himself and inseminated Before taking refuge in heaven, Anu Kumarbi than predicted his seed be born three gods that will cause him problems He had in him the gods whose Tešub gods, god of the storm , Aranzah, the Tigris River and Tašmišu After seven least incubation within Kumarbi, 3 gods tried to escape: Gilim, and Kazal Suwaliyat The last attempted to leave by the head They were all eaten by three Kumarbi Kumarbi Tešub gave birth to the right place according to the text Hurrian and goddesses of fate reprisèrent opening to restore integrity Kumarbi With the help of Ea, Kumarbi tried to eat Tešub But Teshub had put in its place a basalt stone that Kumarbi eats while he flees She broke his teeth and sank her mouth The storm god Teshub, thus managed to escape the King gods, Kumarbi Teshub then organized a revolt against the gods Kumarbi After a fierce battle, and despite the support of the god Ea, overthrew Tešub Kumarbi He in turn became king of the gods, and could benefit from advice of his father Anu

The song of Ullikumi

Kumarbi joins a mountain and there followed the birth of a stone giant, Ullikummi He asked the god Irsirra to bring the new born Ubelluri’s right shoulder, with his feet and door to hell and earth sky Ullikumi then increases continuously, and eventually appear in sun god who warned Teshub Helpless about the size of his opponent, Teshub request his sister Shaushga to face the giant using his seduction It fails because Ullikumi is deaf and has no eyes, which makes it immune to her charms Teshub tries to fight the giant again, but in vain Ullikumi still grows until it reaches Kummiya, the city the storm god Teshub then called for help Ea, an old friend of Kumarbi, who agrees to help He asked the old gods to provide them with the weapon had once served to separate Heaven and Earth Teshub Ullikumi will be able to cut, causing him to lose his power and fall from the shoulder of Ubelluri So finally Teshub can attack again with Kumarbi using 70 gods The end is missing, but must end in victory the storm god, since it became the chief god of the Hurrian

Dark Matter

Dark matter or dark matter is composed of hypothetical particles and still undetected to date It is necessary to explain our universe In French we say, dark matter, but if we literally translated the English word, dark matter would be more accurate The universe is made up of visible matter and the dark matter Visible matter consists of stars, planets, human beings and all that is visible in the universe It is only 1 to 10% of the mass of the universe Dark matter constitutes 30 to 99% of the mass of the universe Neutrinos were an attractive candidate to explain this dark matter, but it can not exceed 18% of the mass missing Also the most likely candidates would be today The the WIMP, weakly interactive massive particles, but still to detect and weigh … Still many unknowns surrounding this dark matter, but a fundamental question is its mass If its mass is nonzero, this explains the expansion of our universe If its mass reaches a certain weight, then the universe stop its expansion at a given time Then it will collapse on itself to a point maximum compression that could recreate a new big bang


The song Kumarbi, finally sheds light on hell, or the underworld or the underworld We are not talking about the hell of the Christian religion, but hellish places of mythological gods Whatever the mythology, they tell us of hell and underworld Of course, that given the high technology Gods, this place could not be an underground place on planet earth
Anu overthrew Alalu, who went into the dark earth … Before taking refuge to heaven, Anu … This is what tells us the song of Kumarbi It is therefore clear that a god is losing its battle exile For this, he goes into the dark earth, in heaven That is to say: in the far depths of space Ubelluri, which has the feet door to hell and earth and sky This is what tells us the song Ullikumi This is proof that hell is not on earth This dark land was misinterpreted as a subterranean place on earth, and some religious myths hastened to add it fire … Then, each new translation of mythological texts translates directly dark land by: hell While the exact translation of land is dark: dark matter in space …

Hurrian mythology

The song Ullikumi confirms space technology the gods Kumarbi asked Irsirra god to bring the newborn Ullikummi, on the right shoulder of Ubelluri , Whose feet the door to hell and heaven and earth The interpretation is obvious: Kumarbi asked Irsirra Ullikummi to take in her saucer parked in space, to the base space of Ubelluri Ullikumi then increases constantly, and finally appeared to the sun god who warned Teshub Ullikumi grows yet to reach Kummiya, the city’s storm god Ubelluri Ullikumi then carries in his spaceship He leaves the solar system and eventually reaches the space station Kummiya of the city’s storm god, a planet in the Sirius system B ( see Dogon cosmology, Part 1) Others claim to former gods to provide them with the weapon that had once served to separate Heaven and Earth Teshub will be able Ullikumi cut, causing it to lose its power and fall from the shoulder of Ubelluri Others asked to provide their ancient gods of the weapon had once served to separate Heaven and Earth to destroy the ship and killing of Ubelluri Ullikumi Well it looks like a super laser cannon …

Hesiod’s Theogony

Cosmogony: chaos, emergence of Eros, Gaia the earth , Which gives birth to heaven Uranos Birth of Erebus darkness, of Night and Ether daylight Birth of children of Gaia and Uranos the titans. Narrative of castration by Cronus Uranos Birth of Aphrodite The progeny of Night The offspring of Gaia and Pontos: the flow Children of the Titans Honors reserved by Zeus to Styx Honors reserved by Zeus to Hecate Birth of Zeus and victory over his father Cronos Sharing Mecone and cunning of Prometheus Theft of fire Creation of Pandora The Titans Tartarus Battle between Zeus and Typhoeus Final coming of Zeus Sharing honors among the gods Offspring of Zeus Hero born of the union of a goddess and a mortal The story recounts the emergence of Zeus In the beginning there was chaos Then arise the natural elements: the night the day Etc …, and many other deities The battles between the gods will allow Zeus to command and chase the old forces of disorder such as creative titans and giants Zeus has the strength, but also thunder, lightning flamboyant, intelligence and cunning Because he swallowed Metis, the goddess of cunning intelligence It also symbolizes justice, by his marriage with Themis goddess of justice and the law, with whom it generates three hours: Eunomia goddess of order, the goddess of justice Dike and Eirene Goddess of Peace

Greek and Hurrian mythology

Hurrian mythology is virtually identical to the mythology Greek told by Hesiod in his Theogony Hesiod is the story of the origins of reference for the Greeks old It describes the three generations of the gods of Olympus: Uranos And then finally Cronus and Zeus Anu is Uranos, god of the sky Kumarbi is Cronos cut off the sex of Uranos while Kumarbi hard with his teeth is Anu Tešub, chief god and storm god, is Zeus, chief god and god of thunder and lightning

The original mythology

This can be seen, the mythology of origins is the same for the Greeks, édenistes, the Aryans, Atlantis, the Asians, édenistes, etc … The édenistes have Zeus chief god, or another name according to the different populations it controls the other gods, even if it does not always go well The Atlanteans were of chief god The big fight is permanent … Edenistes Atlanteans and thus the same origin … In the first book, we have located the paradise In this second book, we located the hell In the third book, we describe our origins …



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